ABOUT THE ICFPP
Who we are
The Indian Child & Family Preservation Program (ICFPP) is an all Indian Tribal nonprofit corporation and a consortium of tribes formed to provide Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) advocacy and a comprehensive array of other services.
ICFPP provides family preservation services by:
Recruiting Indian foster homes;
Offering individual, marital & family counseling referrals;
Conducting supervised visitations;
Advocating for Indian children in the courts and school systems
Researching enrollment eligibility;
Consulting with organizations and tribes on ICWA compliance;
Training in furtherance of ICWA compliance; and
Providing cultural outreach and activities
ICFPP Consortium Tribes
Coyote Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians
Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the Stewarts Point Rancheria
Lytton Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians
Dreamz Not Drugz
Please join the ICFPP from Tuesday June 25th to Thursday June 27th for our 14th annual Native Youth Campout.
We will be having an obstacle course, keynotes, t-shirts, traditional and cultural activities, and free food. Click here for more information and registration packets.
Manchester/Point Arena Band of Pomo Indians
ICFPP may also provide services to other Indian tribes on a case-by-case basis, after establishing a formal memorandum or resolution between the tribe and ICFPP.